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I'd love to be able to do that but unfortunately, it is impossible without the help of some sponsors. I'll show you some pictures of what is possible in the case, but I do not have all the gear, or the money to buy the gear, to do a complete build. However, I do have somewhat enough parts to show you what is possible with this case.

-Jeffinslaw

Anything would be fine, we just love pictures...biggrin.gif
post #252 of 582
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I'd love to be able to do that but unfortunately, it is impossible without the help of some sponsors. I'll show you some pictures of what is possible in the case, but I do not have all the gear, or the money to buy the gear, to do a complete build. However, I do have somewhat enough parts to show you what is possible with this case.

-Jeffinslaw

Anything would be fine, we just love pictures...biggrin.gif

Alright, have some pictures thumb.gif




Update 2 - Show Me The Hardware!

Here are a few pictures I snapped to show off the inside of the case with some computer parts I have lying around. Enjoy!

GczFrqt.jpg

UHti9EO.jpg

opMiK7g.jpg

rqY0Bof.jpg

QoXE4wc.jpg

Bx5Lg8T.jpg

qeYyMJz.jpg

RSJcfFe.jpg

wDlUMcU.jpg

Ozkyr3e.jpg

LNzumoP.jpg

SEhzXCu.jpg

aWGSqhU.jpg

uOS8GRs.jpg

dRqRGac.jpg

maSvTzj.jpg

WRVP0ju.jpg

Just stripping down the case wubsmiley.gif

nEcD03E.jpg

lwbN2Sm.jpg

SSDs mounted.

g21ZJOO.jpg

When using an mATX board, the SSDs are completely hidden.

1qsfsfX.jpg

But! You can also use an ITX board just fine thumb.gif

lRNSDzf.jpg

lCMjhze.jpg

And the pump mount!

Hope you enjoyed the pictures!

-Jeffinslaw
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Nice update, the parts installed definitely give a good sense of scale.
   
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post #254 of 582
looking good. this is one thing i don't think i could ever pull off.

ps welcome to the artisan club, i can see a atx version of this soon. have you ever thought of acrylic to help keep the costs down
post #255 of 582
Would this case be wide enough to fit some GTX Classified or Strix waterblocks? It looks like it would barely do. If not I might need standoffs or spacers to push the side panel out a little.
post #256 of 582
OH WOW!

That is like porn! Best thing I've woken up to in ages!

I haven't been following this all that long, but I just want to take a minute to really sing some praises for you. This is amazing work and I'm sure everyone agrees that you have outdone yourself smile.gif
    
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Wow, you sure delivered, amazing biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif it still amazes me how small that PSU is.
Edited by willemdoom - 10/6/15 at 1:40pm
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Whats up with the reservoir being so slanted blushsmiley.gif
post #259 of 582
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Alright, have some pictures thumb.gif




Update 2 - Show Me The Hardware!

Here are a few pictures I snapped to show off the inside of the case with some computer parts I have lying around. Enjoy!
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
GczFrqt.jpg

UHti9EO.jpg

opMiK7g.jpg

rqY0Bof.jpg

QoXE4wc.jpg

Bx5Lg8T.jpg

qeYyMJz.jpg

RSJcfFe.jpg

wDlUMcU.jpg

Ozkyr3e.jpg

LNzumoP.jpg

SEhzXCu.jpg

aWGSqhU.jpg

uOS8GRs.jpg

dRqRGac.jpg

maSvTzj.jpg

WRVP0ju.jpg

Just stripping down the case wubsmiley.gif

nEcD03E.jpg

lwbN2Sm.jpg

SSDs mounted.

g21ZJOO.jpg

When using an mATX board, the SSDs are completely hidden.

1qsfsfX.jpg

But! You can also use an ITX board just fine thumb.gif

lRNSDzf.jpg

lCMjhze.jpg

And the pump mount!

Hope you enjoyed the pictures!

-Jeffinslaw

Wow Beautiful Jeff. I recognize that MIPS thumb.gifsmile.gif
post #260 of 582
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Nice update, the parts installed definitely give a good sense of scale.

Yes! Lots of room too! Until you start stuffing it with radiators biggrin.gif

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looking good. this is one thing i don't think i could ever pull off.

ps welcome to the artisan club, i can see a atx version of this soon. have you ever thought of acrylic to help keep the costs down

I'd love to do an mATX version as well but not sure when or even if that will happen. Not interested in acrylic because I don't think this case would look very good if done in acrylic. Parvum has pretty much locked down the market on acrylic cases anyways tongue.gif

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Would this case be wide enough to fit some GTX Classified or Strix waterblocks? It looks like it would barely do. If not I might need standoffs or spacers to push the side panel out a little.

Unfortunately not. It is the same width as the Compact Splash so taller cards won't fit. You could totally do that with the standoffs though! Then larger cards would fit. You would just be limited by the PSU.

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OH WOW!

That is like porn! Best thing I've woken up to in ages!

I haven't been following this all that long, but I just want to take a minute to really sing some praises for you. This is amazing work and I'm sure everyone agrees that you have outdone yourself smile.gif

Thanks!

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Wow, you sure delivered, amazing biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif it still amazes me how small that PSU is.

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Whats up with the reservoir being so slanted blushsmiley.gif

Thank you! And the reservoir is slanted because I had it pushed up all the way to the far edge and it was too much for the pump bracket so it bent ever so slightly. This problem can be fixed by pushing the pump back and using one of the other sets of holes thumb.gif

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Alright, have some pictures thumb.gif




Update 2 - Show Me The Hardware!

Here are a few pictures I snapped to show off the inside of the case with some computer parts I have lying around. Enjoy!

Wow Beautiful Jeff. I recognize that MIPS thumb.gifsmile.gif

Thanks again for the 1155 mounting hardware for the block! I have installed the block permanently on my Impact biggrin.gif

-Jeffinslaw
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